Sebastian Frey, a Notary Public and licensed California Real Estate broker in Santa Cruz, is pleased to offer his services to lenders, signing agencies, attorneys, title and escrow companies, and of course to the general public. Mr. Frey is committed to providing the highest level of care for your documents. Confidentiality is guaranteed, with fast, proven, and reliable service. The Notary Public's commission is valid in the entire State of California, but as a mobile notary, the service area includes all of Santa Cruz County, as well as North Monterey County and parts of San Mateo and Santa Clara counties. Most forms of Notarial Services are offered: oaths, affirmations, loan signings and settlements.

You are invited to call Sebastian any time on his cellular phone: 831-239-6727. Sebastian does provide Mobile Notary Service, and is available for work evenings, weekends, and holidays - just call! You may also e-mail him:

The best way to get hold of Sebastian is at his Real Estate office, in Capitola on Clares Street, right next to Fresh Choice restaurant in the Brown Ranch Shopping Center (located adjacent to the Capitola Mall). Sebastian is often there, and can often meet you there, schedule permitting, to perform notarizations without charging a call-out fee.

What makes me a great Notary Public

My California Notary Public Commission # is 1677876


$10 per Signature Witnessed and Notarized

Seller Documentation: $100.00
Refinance Documentation: $125.00
Buyer's Documentation: $150.00
1st and Second Loans: $150.00

Mobile Notary Fee

Basic call-out fee: $40 within 20 mile radius of 3555 Clares Street, Capitola CA 95010

Additional Mileage Fee: $0.75 per mile outside of 20 mile radius

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What exactly is a Notary Public?

A notary public is an officer who can administer oaths and statutory declarations, witness and authenticate documents and perform certain other acts. For the complete story, visit the Wikipedia site for Notary Public.

Why do I need a Notary?

Many government agencies, lenders, and title/escrow companies will require that important documents with your signature also bear the signature and stamp of a notary, as a means of fraud prevention.

What does it take to become a Notary?

In California, a notary applicant must be, have, or do the following:

Official Notarial Acts :


California Secretary of State

The National Notary Association

Santa Cruz County Recorder's Office

Nationwide Notary Directory: